Aldi Bringing Back the Ferrex 20V Cordless Blower

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Spring and summer are great for a lot of reasons. No more frigid winter temperatures. No more ice and snow. Baseball. Cookouts. Swimming. It’s great.

Except for the parts that are not so great. Heat and humidity. Bugs. The sun coming up early in the morning.

And the lawn.

I’m sure there are plenty of people who love tending to their lawns. I’m sure there are plenty more people who would rather spend their days doing other things besides fighting the endless war against growing grass, weeds, and other lawn care challenges.

Aldi is no hardware store, but the supermarket has sold lawn care equipment for years. Past offerings include weed trimmers, hedge trimmers, and even lawn mowers. Another regular in the lineup is this cordless blower.

What We Know:

Ferrex 20V Cordless Blower

The Ferrex 20V Cordless Blower (Product Code: 814261) is an Aldi Find, which means you can only find it in stores for a short time. Once Aldi sells out, you won’t be able to find it in stores until it comes back the following year. Aldi does not offer online ordering for products that aren’t in stock at your local store.

At the time of this post, in 2022, the blower retails for $49.99. This represents a $10 price increase from the last several years, where the price had previously held at $39.99. Even with the price change, this blower still costs less than most other 20-volt blowers I can find.

The blower comes with a 3-year warranty serviced by Positec Group. Positec is the company behind the Rockwell and Worx brands.

According to Aldi, the blower’s features include:

  • Blow speed: 120 mph
  • Compact, lightweight design for easy one-hand operation
  • Easily clears debris from hard surfaces like driveways, decks and garages
  • 1.5 Ah Lithium-Ion battery with battery light indicator (20V)
  • Rubber overmold grip
  • Three-year warranty

What We Don’t Know:

We haven’t yet put this blower to the test ourselves. That’s why we’ve created this open thread for users to share their experiences.

Have you used this cordless blower before? Let us know in the comments.

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  1. Duke Woolworth

    Weakest link usually the battery. Where would you find a replacement? Better to stick with a name brand.

    • I’m with you Duke. Where indeed! It’s often a confusing maze dealing with product issues with Aldi. They surely could be more transparent.

    • Where can I purchase a second rechargeable battery for my 20V 120 mph Ferrex cordless leaf blower?

  2. Run, don’t walk away from this if you have more than lightweight debris to blow away. For comparison tests of the best cordless blowers, I’ve found is the best and no subscription required.

  3. I have used mine for the first time and it was very good. Light weight and able to handle all my residential needs. My first thought was battery life and reolacement. I called the customer service and they had over 200 in stock and are warranteed for 3 years of life. For the price and light residental usage i.e. garage,deck and lawn I think it is a good value.

  4. Just bought one…..interesting that you don’t have to register the product now, just request service after the fact. This is great….

  5. Hi, I’m in need of new charger love the light weight blower , however we cannot charge the battery anymore, it’s only a year old. Help????

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